And this is just awesome: Amanda Boyle's film adaptation of one of my favorite Joe Hill stories: "Pop Art".
- Michael Bhaskar on DRM Is Not Evil.
- Douglas Cohen on ROF Art Department: For the Record (read comments for further discussion). Related: Jim C Hines on Sexism is Not About Your Ego.
- Amy Sterling Casil on What are Blogs For?
- Editorial Anonymous on This Week in Publisher Gossip: Untrustworthy Narrators and Publishers.
- Editorial Ass on Is It True?! Are 40% of Books Printed Pulped?!
- Rachelle Gardner on Proposal to Publication - Part 2 of 5 The Contract Stage.
- Juliette Wade on Grappling with, and Portraying, Discrimination.
- John Scalzi on On the Subject of to Whom to Address Your Literary Kvetch. Related: John Picacio on An Open Letter to Adam Roberts (read comments for further discussion). My Elves Are Different comic.
- Elizabeth Bear on For the life of me I cannot remember what made us think that we were wise and we'd never compromise.
- David Forbes on All Tomorrows: The Dying Earth.
- Catherynne M. Valente on The Breaking of the Vessels.
- William Shunn's Guilty Pleasure.
- Apex Publishing’s Sizemore on Why Authors Need to Market.
- Sarah Crown and John Crace on Bookshelf etiquette. How to arrange your books.
- Beth Goldman on From the Library: A morning in the life of a librarian.
- Kim Stanley Robinson on Return to the Heavens, for the Sake of the Earth.
- Ryan Harvey on More Disturbing Library Trends.
- Kassia Krozser on Unintentional Pirates, or Listening to Readers.
- Freda Warrington on Of Elfland and Inspiration.
- Janice Hardy on Room With a (Point of) View.
- Pimp My Novel on Hammered by Thor.
- Barnes and Noble Announces "World's Largest eBookstore", Upcoming eReader.
- Book Belches Bad Review Contest.
- Hugo Award (fiction) winners, by number of wins.
- Entertainment Weekly has a book blog.
- Announcing the Second Annual Book Blogger Appreciation Week September 14-18, 2009.
- Christian literature has expanded, from the Amish to vampires.
- Copyright Industries Warn Against Piracy Threat.
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